Linear Wood Ceiling and Wall Systems
- Available in either Open Linear, Closed Linear or Panelized
- Available in random lengths with tongue and groove ends for a uniform continuous look or in fixed lengths up to 10’ for short run areas.
- Rulon provides heavy-duty cliprail with factory attached clips for ease of installation.
- The factory attached clips assure board alignment and consistent spacing.
- The heavy duty cliprails require no crossrails for support.
- Tongue and groove ends provide alignment and strength to random length board seams.
- Factory curved cliprails are available for serpentine, convex, or concave areas.
- The patented Rulon Clamping Tool makes installation quick and easy.
- The quick and easy installation saves our clients time and money during installation.
- Custom stains, clear sealers, or color treatments are spray applied using state-of-the-art finishing equipment.
- Rulon can custom match any color selected by the designer, architect, or owner’s representative.
- Rulon Linear Wood is available with NFPA Class A or UBC Class 1 fire rating as tested in accordance with ASTM E-84.
- The fire treatment process does not affect the quality of the wood finish.
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Specifications & Details
- Rulon has factory attached clips that guarantee perfect field spacing of the boards. The visual placement of the clips shows the contractor where penetrations of other ceiling components will occur.
- Both standard and custom stains, sealers, and color treatments are available with a Class A or 1 fire treated surface.
Light weight Accent Beams can be supplied to match or contrast with the Rulon Linear Ceilings. These beams are custom designed for each application and are easily assembled and suspended in place. See our Accent Beam section for more information.
Access Access above Linear Wood ceilings is obtained with standard access panels. Full length boards can be removed for access to larger areas.
Both recessed incandescent and linear fluorescent fixtures are compatible with Linear Wood ceilings. Lighting fixtures must be supported independently from the Linear Wood ceiling.
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Why can’t Maple be stained with a dark color?
Maple is a light colored wood specie with very dense consistency and a tight grain pattern. When a dark stain is applied to Maple it is not absorbed very well. The result is usually a blotchy and peppered appearance, thus it is not recommended.